assignment about exploring time, we asked the Your Shot community to surprise
us – and astonish you did! With almost
10,000 entries, you gave us the tough but pleasurable task of editing your
submissions – to a final 24 wonderful photographs for the published story,
visualizing your concepts of time.
You sought out and
captured amazing moments of magic in the night sky, found poetic stillness in the
early morning hours, and even turned mundane tasks like getting a haircut or
doing homework into impressive images – all with impeccable framing, attention
to detail, and decisive timing.
Your photographs made time stand still and stand out, in such a great variety of ways – so bravo to all that contributed.
You brought us into your lives in such intriguing ways, and we can’t thank you enough for that privilege. “Exploring Time,” with all of you was truly special, gratifying, and inspirational.
Diane Cook and Len Jenshel are two of America's foremost landscape photographers, exploring issues of beauty, boundary, culture, and the control of nature. They were married in 1983 and began collaborating in 1990. They have worked for many magazines, published numerous books, and are the recipients of many prestigious awards ...